The Most Delicious Destinations to View the Solar Eclipse
On August 21, a section of the country will be plunged into darkness in the middle of the day during a rare event: a total solar eclipse. And while a partial eclipse will be viewable in much of the country, if you want to see the full Monty, you'll need to head to one of the 14 states in the 70-mile-wide swath, called the Path of Totality, which runs in a long, skinny diagonal line from South Carolina up to Oregon.
The Path of Totality offers a lot of viewpoints, making the eclipse yet another reason to squeeze in a food-fueled trip. Just think: You could soon be witnessing one of the solar system's greatest wonders, all while eating biscuits in Charleston, chowing down on ribs in Kansas City or sipping Pinot Noir in Oregon's wine country. Here are your six best bets.
Devorah Lev-Tov is a contributing writer for Tasting Table who travels the globe—and traverses NYC block by block—in search of her next amazing meal. See her latest adventures on her Instagram at @devoltv.
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